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Our critics review Disney-Pixar’s “Onward,” about two elf brothers who inherit a magical staff after their dad passed away; “Spenser Confidential,” about a former police detective who…
Mar. 6from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Our critics review “The Two Popes,” a Netflix film about the conservative Pope Benedict and the liberal Pope Francis as they forge a future for the Catholic Church, which has been…
Dec. 20from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Our critics review "Official Secrets," about an intelligence specialist who leaks a memo that the U.S. is enlisting Britain's help in blackmailing U.N.
Aug. 30, 2019from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Kelly Reichardt has endeared herself to fans of independent film with a string of heartfelt features shot on a modest scale.
Mar. 6from Film Reviews
When the documentary/performance piece they institute caught the attention of Jason Segel, he decided to turn it into a shape shifting drama series about the need for community.
Mar. 18from The Treatment
Almost 90 years ago "The Invisible Man" thrilled audiences with special effects they'd never seen.
Feb. 28from Film Reviews
Today’s entire show is about how Angelenos are helping their neighbors during the coronavirus pandemic. One Huntington Park bakery is offering free bread to kids each day.
Mar. 25from Greater LA
AT&T has appointed former Hulu CEO Jason Kilar as the new head of WarnerMedia. That means he’ll oversee HBO, HBO Max, CNN, Warner Bros. and other WarnerMedia properties.
Apr. 3from Hollywood Breakdown
Following the cancelation of the music festival South by Southwest, other industry events are taking precautions.
Mar. 10from Screengrab
Just a few years ago, reality TV was in a major slump. Now the genre is experiencing a revival, thanks in part to innovative programs on Netflix.
Feb. 25from Screengrab
We look at high-profile movies that had their theatrical releases delayed for months.
Feb. 24from The Business
In 1971, when sound designer Jim LeBrecht was 15, he had a summer of love at a camp for disabled kids. It was a place that fostered a spirit of history-changing activism.
Mar. 20from The Business